Our Lady Queen of All Saints Catholic Church celebrated its 45th Anniversary as a church parish in style!
On the Feast of the Queenship of the Blessed Virgin Mary, we celebrated Holy Mass – our patronal feast. After Mass, we gathered at the Family Life Center for a Potluck Supper and a wonderful slideshow of our parish’s humble – but vibrant – beginnings. We thank Fr. Brad Guillory for spearheading the effort and putting together the slideshow.
- If you would like to see the slideshow, click here to go to YouTube. Don’t adjust your speakers: there is no audio on the slideshow.
- If you would like to hear Fr. Guidry’s sermon for the Mass, click here.
Special guests who were present at the festivities were our first pastor (Fr.) Bob Sibille; former pastor Fr. Neil McNeil; the first man from our parish to be ordained to the priesthood Fr. Jason Vidrine (who is now pastor at Sacred Heart); and Fr. Brian Harrington (who is parochial vicar at Sacred Heart). Members of the first Pastoral Council were also present.
Other former pastors sent their warm regards and best wishes, but they were sorry they could not attend. Fr. Joseph Brennan sent a nice letter thanking the parish for the role it played in his personal development as a priest.
To see larger photos, click the thumbnails. A gallery will open up. You can navigate through the gallery by clicking the gray “left” and “right” arrows on the sides of the screen. Close the gallery and return to the page by clicking the gray “X” at the top left-hand corner. ——- The collage of pastors is incomplete. Not priest is shown because we didn’t have a photo of each one at the time it was made.